Kōpūrehe | Kouwha

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Māori names can reflect the flowering season. Some names are linked to seasonal patterns. In the Mataatua tribal area, male kōkō are called kōpūrehe and females kouwha from the time the kōtukutuku (or native fuchsia, Fuchsia excorticata) flowers until the fruiting of the hīnau (or Elaeocarpus dentatus, a tall forest tree).

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